All the bits fit to print here, in our daily news roundup.

  • British Vogue editor, Francesca Burns, revealed via Twitter that the magazine will launch a teen edition, Miss Vogue, this May. [Racked]

  • Meanwhile, Hearst Magazines International will debut Elle in Australia this October. [Fashionologie Inbox]

  • Artist Julie Verhoeven — who has previously collaborated with Mulberry, Louis Vuitton, and Versace — has designed an exclusive print (above) for the Investec Derby to appear on cashmere picnic blankets. [Vogue UK]

  • Now's your chance to show off your style chops — Vanity Fair is now accepting pictures of its readers for possible inclusion in its annual International Best Dressed list. [The New York Times]

  • David Koma, Holly Fulton, and Michael van der Ham have all received the British Fashion Council's Fashion Forward sponsorship for 2013. [Vogue UK]

  • Mark your calendars: the Barneys New York warehouse sale will start on Valentine's Day. It is yet to be confirmed whether or not the sale will also be online. [The Shophound]

  • Chiara Ferragni and Susie Lau are just a few of the bloggers who will be revealing Loewe's collection of handbags for Moda Operandi, which is now available online, on their websites. [Moda Operandi]

  • Ford Models has shuttered its kids division after restructuring its New York office. [Page Six]

  • Morgans Hotel Group will partner with Scoop NYC to style its guests for New York Fashion Week. [She Finds]

  • Will Natalie Portman soon be wearing a beret? Her husband, Benjamin Millepied, the former principal at New York City Ballet, has just been named the director of dance at the Paris Opera ballet. [The New York Times]